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Metagenics Clinical Podcast

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Metagenics Clinical Podcast
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Welcome to the Metagenics Clinical Podcast where Natural Healthcare Practitioners can hear innovative, cutting-edge information from leading experts from around the world. Join us while we explore the latest evidence in Natural Health, challenge and debunk industry myths and offer practical, tangible, clinical tools which will transform your practice.

Latest Episodes

Choline: The Underappreciated Essential Nutrient with Chris Masterjohn PhD

Chris Masterjohn, PhD currently spends time on nutrition education, conducting independent research and consulting. He has deep and personal experiences with the power of food, movement, and mindfulness to support health and well-being. • How choline was recognised as an essential nutrient. (6.35) • Why choline reduces fatty liver. (11.52) • Dietary sources of choline and its relationship with betaine. (16.31) • Why the RDI for choline may not be enough. (20.53) • The relationship between methylation and choline. (24.49) • How to assess someone’s choline, B12 and folate status. (26.57) • The importance of choline in pregnancy and infancy. (36.09) • Teasing out the TMAO controversy. (41.17) • Optimising folate status: Interpreting testing and intake. (51.10) • Beyond folate forms: Addressing MTHFR SNPs with creatine, vitamin B2, choline and glycine. (53.45)

70 MIN6 d ago
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Choline: The Underappreciated Essential Nutrient with Chris Masterjohn PhD

The Art of Fighting Fatigue with Ari Whitten

In this thought-provoking and highly informative interview, Nathan is joined by Ari Whitten – energy and fatigue specialist, and founder of The Energy Blueprint. Whitten gets real about the factors contributing to fatigue; dispelling common myths and reminding us about the importance of the universal basics to support energy production. When life intervenes, how Whitten found himself pursuing a career as an energy and fatigue specialist. (1:37) Does adrenal fatigue exist? (5:50) The relationship, or lack thereof, between cortisol levels and fatigue. (12:00) Why we should look to the mitochondria to understand fatigue (16:27) Is it worth testing for mitochondrial dysfunction? (28:18) Deliberating the value of screening for fatigue. (38:58) Assess and address circadian rhythm function (48:48) The importance of universal basics (53:25) The dance between antioxidants and pro-oxidants (1:02:00) Useful Links and Resources https://www.theenergyblueprint.com/

76 MIN2 w ago
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The Art of Fighting Fatigue with Ari Whitten

Managing Chronic Infection and Mould Illness with Amina Eastham-Hillier

Amina Eastham-Hillier is a Naturopath, Medical Herbalist and Nutritionist who specialises in solving the unique patient puzzles presented with Lyme disease, mould illness, parasites, viruses and other stealth infections. As acclaimed author of Lyme Natural and international presenter and educator to medical practitioners, she combines naturopathy and science to clear a path to healing for even the most complex of cases. Where to start in a complex case (6:52) The real prevalence of stealth infections, and why some people get so ill (8:50) The discover and detection of pathogens; testing and beyond (11:53) Beyond killing pathogens in the path to healing (20:20) Supporting energy is fatiguing illness (28:28) Tailoring treatments for pathogens, acute and chronic presentations (30:30)

42 MINOCT 2
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Managing Chronic Infection and Mould Illness with Amina Eastham-Hillier

A Tour of the Vagal Nerve with Dr Adrian Lopresti

Take a trip down the vagal nerve with Nathan Rose and his guest Dr. Adrian Lopresti as they wander the landscape of strategies to stimulate this infamous pathway. Dr. Lopresti is a Clinical Psychologist in private practice, and senior researcher at Murdoch University with a host of published articles under his belt. Vagal nerve 101 (2:00) The relationship between heart rate variability (HRV) and vagal nerve activity (4:13) Dive into strategies to stimulate the vagal nerve (9:47) Take a breath for the vagal nerve (13:15) Why exercise is a useful tool (16:52) A spotlight on nutrients & diet (20:00) Is bioavailability of curcumin the be-all and end-all? (25:13) The current landscape on mood enhancing probiotics (29:16) Lopresti shares his thoughts on supporting HRV and vagal tone in clinical practice (36:09) Delve into Lopresti’s world – an update on research in action (38:40)

44 MINSEP 10
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A Tour of the Vagal Nerve with Dr Adrian Lopresti

Examining Specialised Pro-Resolving Mediators in Fibromyalgia with Dr Erik Lundquist

In this episode, Dr Erik Lundquist from the Temecula Centre for Integrative Medicine, shares the results and learnings of a recent trial using specialised pro-resolving mediators (SPMs) to address fibromyalgia symptoms. As Lundquist relays the details of the study, he offers a genuine account of his experience, bringing to light the complexities and realities of treating individuals living with fibromyalgia. While SPMs may not be a panacea, in his opinion, they are ‘an exciting new tool that we’re just scratching the surface on.’

49 MINAUG 21
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Examining Specialised Pro-Resolving Mediators in Fibromyalgia with Dr Erik Lundquist

Resolving Inflammation using SPMs with Prof Charles Serhan

Professor Serhan expands on the application of SPMs inside the inflammation-resolution cycle and outside this cycle, highlighting alternative mechanisms, the wide scope of SPM therapy and exciting new treatment considerations currently within the field of lipid research. Prof Serhan background on moving into studying lipid mediators. (1:30) Aspirin triggers biosynthesis of lipid mediators. (4:57) Old to new: Review of inflammation and stimulating resolution processes. (6:55) Resolvins reduce neutrophilic infiltration and inducing “self-limitation”. (11:14) Plasticity of macrophage poles – key function of SPMs. (13:48) Healthy human breast milk contains SPMs. (19:45) Structures, receptors and functional location of Resolvins. (20:44) Downregulation of biosynthetic enzymes and using SPMs. (25:00) Aged mice with enhanced inflammatory response and diminished resolution response. (29:00) SPMs in obesity models. (31:00) Role of SPMs in additional chronic inflammatory conditions. (40:05) SPM killing and clearance of infections without immune suppression. (44:34) SPMs, macrophage types and tumor reduction. (46:45) Topical SPM application in animal models. (49:51) Future publication on periodontal disease. (52:53)

52 MINAUG 5
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Resolving Inflammation using SPMs with Prof Charles Serhan

The Omega-3-Index in Health and Disease with Dr Bill Harris

Dr Bill Harris has nearly four decades of experience as a lipid researcher and joins the podcast to discuss the benefits of the omega-3-index test. Listen to Dr Harris explain how the omega-3 index has demonstrated to be the best measure to date of omega 3 status and how this metric may be a more valuable marker of cardiovascular health than traditional biomarkers. Learn the nuances behind the mixed results of clinical trials of EPA/DHA for cardiovascular health, reinforcing the clinical efficacy of EPA/DHA supplementation. Hear Dr Harris’s surprising research findings on omega 6 status which makes you rethink the stereotype of omega 6 fatty acids.

44 MINJUN 4
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The Omega-3-Index in Health and Disease with Dr Bill Harris

Algorithm to Clarify Thyroid Management with Dr Michael Ruscio

Today Dr Ruscio clears a path to understanding the role of thyroid in any patient’s presentation. As usual, his approach is levelled at the most important testing whilst assessing patient’s diet and lifestyle for conservative treatments to save his patients time, money and their health. Challenging both standard and functional medicine approaches, he shares his evidence-based algorithm for thyroid management.

53 MINMAY 20
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Algorithm to Clarify Thyroid Management with Dr Michael Ruscio

Methylation and Epigenetics: Looking Beyond Methyl Nutrients with Dr Kara Fitzgerald

Dr Kara Fitzgerald joins Nathan Rose to discuss the epigenome, the effect of methylation on gene expression and looking at interventions outside the use of supplemental methyl donors to modify our epigenome for a healthy life.

50 MINMAY 3
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Methylation and Epigenetics: Looking Beyond Methyl Nutrients with Dr Kara Fitzgerald

Environmental Intolerance with Professor David. O. Carpenter

Prof. David. O. Carpenter, MD, PhD (USA), Director of the Institute for Health and the Environment, is an internationally renowned expert in the human health effects of environmental contaminants, including non-ionizing radiation. He talks to Nathan Rose about his research and experience in dealing with sufferers of electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) and other environmental intolerances.

54 MINAPR 10
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Environmental Intolerance with Professor David. O. Carpenter

Latest Episodes

Choline: The Underappreciated Essential Nutrient with Chris Masterjohn PhD

Chris Masterjohn, PhD currently spends time on nutrition education, conducting independent research and consulting. He has deep and personal experiences with the power of food, movement, and mindfulness to support health and well-being. • How choline was recognised as an essential nutrient. (6.35) • Why choline reduces fatty liver. (11.52) • Dietary sources of choline and its relationship with betaine. (16.31) • Why the RDI for choline may not be enough. (20.53) • The relationship between methylation and choline. (24.49) • How to assess someone’s choline, B12 and folate status. (26.57) • The importance of choline in pregnancy and infancy. (36.09) • Teasing out the TMAO controversy. (41.17) • Optimising folate status: Interpreting testing and intake. (51.10) • Beyond folate forms: Addressing MTHFR SNPs with creatine, vitamin B2, choline and glycine. (53.45)

70 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Choline: The Underappreciated Essential Nutrient with Chris Masterjohn PhD

The Art of Fighting Fatigue with Ari Whitten

In this thought-provoking and highly informative interview, Nathan is joined by Ari Whitten – energy and fatigue specialist, and founder of The Energy Blueprint. Whitten gets real about the factors contributing to fatigue; dispelling common myths and reminding us about the importance of the universal basics to support energy production. When life intervenes, how Whitten found himself pursuing a career as an energy and fatigue specialist. (1:37) Does adrenal fatigue exist? (5:50) The relationship, or lack thereof, between cortisol levels and fatigue. (12:00) Why we should look to the mitochondria to understand fatigue (16:27) Is it worth testing for mitochondrial dysfunction? (28:18) Deliberating the value of screening for fatigue. (38:58) Assess and address circadian rhythm function (48:48) The importance of universal basics (53:25) The dance between antioxidants and pro-oxidants (1:02:00) Useful Links and Resources https://www.theenergyblueprint.com/

76 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The Art of Fighting Fatigue with Ari Whitten

Managing Chronic Infection and Mould Illness with Amina Eastham-Hillier

Amina Eastham-Hillier is a Naturopath, Medical Herbalist and Nutritionist who specialises in solving the unique patient puzzles presented with Lyme disease, mould illness, parasites, viruses and other stealth infections. As acclaimed author of Lyme Natural and international presenter and educator to medical practitioners, she combines naturopathy and science to clear a path to healing for even the most complex of cases. Where to start in a complex case (6:52) The real prevalence of stealth infections, and why some people get so ill (8:50) The discover and detection of pathogens; testing and beyond (11:53) Beyond killing pathogens in the path to healing (20:20) Supporting energy is fatiguing illness (28:28) Tailoring treatments for pathogens, acute and chronic presentations (30:30)

42 MINOCT 2
Comments
Managing Chronic Infection and Mould Illness with Amina Eastham-Hillier

A Tour of the Vagal Nerve with Dr Adrian Lopresti

Take a trip down the vagal nerve with Nathan Rose and his guest Dr. Adrian Lopresti as they wander the landscape of strategies to stimulate this infamous pathway. Dr. Lopresti is a Clinical Psychologist in private practice, and senior researcher at Murdoch University with a host of published articles under his belt. Vagal nerve 101 (2:00) The relationship between heart rate variability (HRV) and vagal nerve activity (4:13) Dive into strategies to stimulate the vagal nerve (9:47) Take a breath for the vagal nerve (13:15) Why exercise is a useful tool (16:52) A spotlight on nutrients & diet (20:00) Is bioavailability of curcumin the be-all and end-all? (25:13) The current landscape on mood enhancing probiotics (29:16) Lopresti shares his thoughts on supporting HRV and vagal tone in clinical practice (36:09) Delve into Lopresti’s world – an update on research in action (38:40)

44 MINSEP 10
Comments
A Tour of the Vagal Nerve with Dr Adrian Lopresti

Examining Specialised Pro-Resolving Mediators in Fibromyalgia with Dr Erik Lundquist

In this episode, Dr Erik Lundquist from the Temecula Centre for Integrative Medicine, shares the results and learnings of a recent trial using specialised pro-resolving mediators (SPMs) to address fibromyalgia symptoms. As Lundquist relays the details of the study, he offers a genuine account of his experience, bringing to light the complexities and realities of treating individuals living with fibromyalgia. While SPMs may not be a panacea, in his opinion, they are ‘an exciting new tool that we’re just scratching the surface on.’

49 MINAUG 21
Comments
Examining Specialised Pro-Resolving Mediators in Fibromyalgia with Dr Erik Lundquist

Resolving Inflammation using SPMs with Prof Charles Serhan

Professor Serhan expands on the application of SPMs inside the inflammation-resolution cycle and outside this cycle, highlighting alternative mechanisms, the wide scope of SPM therapy and exciting new treatment considerations currently within the field of lipid research. Prof Serhan background on moving into studying lipid mediators. (1:30) Aspirin triggers biosynthesis of lipid mediators. (4:57) Old to new: Review of inflammation and stimulating resolution processes. (6:55) Resolvins reduce neutrophilic infiltration and inducing “self-limitation”. (11:14) Plasticity of macrophage poles – key function of SPMs. (13:48) Healthy human breast milk contains SPMs. (19:45) Structures, receptors and functional location of Resolvins. (20:44) Downregulation of biosynthetic enzymes and using SPMs. (25:00) Aged mice with enhanced inflammatory response and diminished resolution response. (29:00) SPMs in obesity models. (31:00) Role of SPMs in additional chronic inflammatory conditions. (40:05) SPM killing and clearance of infections without immune suppression. (44:34) SPMs, macrophage types and tumor reduction. (46:45) Topical SPM application in animal models. (49:51) Future publication on periodontal disease. (52:53)

52 MINAUG 5
Comments
Resolving Inflammation using SPMs with Prof Charles Serhan

The Omega-3-Index in Health and Disease with Dr Bill Harris

Dr Bill Harris has nearly four decades of experience as a lipid researcher and joins the podcast to discuss the benefits of the omega-3-index test. Listen to Dr Harris explain how the omega-3 index has demonstrated to be the best measure to date of omega 3 status and how this metric may be a more valuable marker of cardiovascular health than traditional biomarkers. Learn the nuances behind the mixed results of clinical trials of EPA/DHA for cardiovascular health, reinforcing the clinical efficacy of EPA/DHA supplementation. Hear Dr Harris’s surprising research findings on omega 6 status which makes you rethink the stereotype of omega 6 fatty acids.

44 MINJUN 4
Comments
The Omega-3-Index in Health and Disease with Dr Bill Harris

Algorithm to Clarify Thyroid Management with Dr Michael Ruscio

Today Dr Ruscio clears a path to understanding the role of thyroid in any patient’s presentation. As usual, his approach is levelled at the most important testing whilst assessing patient’s diet and lifestyle for conservative treatments to save his patients time, money and their health. Challenging both standard and functional medicine approaches, he shares his evidence-based algorithm for thyroid management.

53 MINMAY 20
Comments
Algorithm to Clarify Thyroid Management with Dr Michael Ruscio

Methylation and Epigenetics: Looking Beyond Methyl Nutrients with Dr Kara Fitzgerald

Dr Kara Fitzgerald joins Nathan Rose to discuss the epigenome, the effect of methylation on gene expression and looking at interventions outside the use of supplemental methyl donors to modify our epigenome for a healthy life.

50 MINMAY 3
Comments
Methylation and Epigenetics: Looking Beyond Methyl Nutrients with Dr Kara Fitzgerald

Environmental Intolerance with Professor David. O. Carpenter

Prof. David. O. Carpenter, MD, PhD (USA), Director of the Institute for Health and the Environment, is an internationally renowned expert in the human health effects of environmental contaminants, including non-ionizing radiation. He talks to Nathan Rose about his research and experience in dealing with sufferers of electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) and other environmental intolerances.

54 MINAPR 10
Comments
Environmental Intolerance with Professor David. O. Carpenter
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